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Resolving Evolution's Greatest Paradox

March 03, 2006

Resolving Evolution's Greatest Paradox
Darwin's theory of natural selection has never been very good at explaining novelty or complexity in living organisms. The new theory of "facilitated variation," however, promises to fill in the gaps.